PANJIM: Central Bureau of Investigation will be taking over extradition proceeding of Israeli drug dealer Yaniv Benaim alias Atala, who had jumped bail and was arrested in Peru after Interpol issued red corner notice.
Deputy Inspector General (CBI-ACB) Pravin Salunke said that the extradition process will depend on whether that country has signed MoU with India. “There are other matters such as red corner notice, which can be used for the purpose,” he said adding that the CBI is a nodal agency for such process. “A legal officer will assist us in this job,” he said.
Atala, who was caught on camera by his former girlfriend Lucky Farmhouse while confessing about his close links with policemen in Goa, was granted bail by Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPC) court, Mapusa, in June, 2010.
He was released on condition that he should not leave Goa without permission of the court and to further co-operate with the investigating authorities. However, Atala fled India in August 2010 and was later arrested in Peru in January after an Interpol notice was issued.
Salunke also said that CBI will have to apply for quashing of the charge-sheet filed against Dudu, who was released on bail, in the local court.


N.Fernandes-London said...

This is good News.
I am sure Ravi Naik and his son Roy will have sleepless nights from now on. He will loose more hair of his balding head.Roys bulbous eyes will also be falling out of f their sockets. 
Ravi Naik has named several Roy`s as Drug Pushers quite recently.Isn`t it amazing & fascinating, that most Drug pushers in Goa are called Roy.
I would ask parents not to name their sons "Roy", as they too may be come drug pushers or associated with drug pushers, based on Ravi Naiks method of saving his & his sons skin.

Don Quixote said...

What will be the difference? The main players will remain the same, just the name of the game is changed.  

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